Lockdown – Week 7: almost the end of the confinement with a mixed feeling between impatience and apprehension!

Almost the end of the confinement with a mixed feeling between impatience and apprehension. As of today, it is a leap into the unknown for some of us. Will there be a new wave of contamination? Is it safe to put your child back in the nursery/ school or would it be better to keep Read more

Lockdown – Week 6 : How to do a Home Detox Marie Kondo style with your family?

Deconfinement is on its way. There are three key dates: April 27, May 11 and June 8. It is still unclear to what is going to happen and how but in any case, we have to start mentally conditioning ourselves for the after Covid-19. We don’t know about you, but we’re starting to get used Read more

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL MOMS COMMUNITY

As you know, we unfortunately had to cancel all our events and many collaborations with partners. This was a hard blow because we were counting on it to continue developing MotherStories. If you share the values of MotherStories. If you think this project makes sense. If the content created and shared is useful to you. Read more

Lockdown – Week 5: What should we be grateful for?

It is already the first day of week 5. Looking back it might feel like it has been a long rollercoaster: we had good days and more challenging days, but most of all one main takeaway is that we are now stronger than ever. This week we wanted to take you through how we feel Read more

Lockdown – Week 4: the impact of the confinement on our mental health.

After the third week of confinement, the fourth week begins and with it many questions. This is quite normal! A look back at the different stages of this long confinement and its impact on our mental health. Days 1 to 7 of lockdownIt’s the time we need to figure out what’s going on, take the Read more

Lockdown – Week 3 : the importance of taking some self-care time

The second week of confinement is over, the third week is starting and, let’s face it, it’s getting tough. There are better days than others, some the mood is positive, and some we feel down. This is perfectly normal, hence the importance of taking breaks. Moments of (real) relaxation where, for a moment, you take Read more

Lockdown- Week 2: How to keep our children occupied during this exceptional confinement?

The first week of confinement is over, the second week begins and as strange and unknown as it is, life continues. Let’s try to see the positive in all it. The world is slowing down and giving us the unique opportunity to spend time with our loved ones while we finally focus on the essentials. Read more